Glycines, a champlevé enamel signed pendant decorated with wisteria blooms and foliage, with its yellow gold sautoir that incorporates six double-sided enamelled medallions, led the group on a price of €103,000 (£96,635). This one-off creation was made between 1899-1901.
An elaborate pendant titled L’Automne (Autumn) in gold and translucent enamel was designed as a female profile set among engraved plane leaves and orange fruits. Dating from c.1898-1900, this came in its original leather case stamped with further plane leaves and realised €35,000 (£31,820).
The group also included a carved horn paper knife fashioned as a dragonfly that sold for €19,000 (£17,270) and a comb made from carved horn, gold and enamel fashioned as a branch of willow that sold for €30,000 (£27,270).
The sale took place on June 23.